People of Atwater Village: Latania Jones Barrett | KCET
People of Atwater Village: Latania Jones Barrett
My name's Latania Jones Barrett.
How long have been working this route?
About eight years. The customers here are excellent. They make sure I have water and well hydrated, they speak. I mean they're just, they're just awesome here.
The demographic has changed, when I first got there were more Latinos, but younger, what I would like to say yuppie or people in entertainment, Caucasian people are moving in. So the demographics are changing a lot.
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